The sweet smile, mischiefs, the innocence, plenty of questions and the naughty answers are some of the characteristics that makes us love and adore children. The commitment of the mother to her baby is unbeatable in all species and humans are no exception. She is one person who will love her child unconditionally and would go to any lengths to see her child grow normally. Father plays the most supportive role in this entire process and is most elemental in shaping the growth of the child. Little less expressed but he considers it as a serious responsibility for making his child make an independent living individual. When there is a problem with their child, Parents face the harsh truth and start searching for solutions pillar to post. Every time there is something new that is put up somewhere or somebody tells them some technique is good, they would want to try it and believe there will be a magic happening. Autism is such a disorder that has a blend of, social incompatibility, sensory, and possible behavioral, physical and cognitive issues. The child faces several challenges when participating within the society as an individual.
A specific line of treatment cannot be predesigned and there has to be some mix n match with various individualized approaches. Water, in this line of thinking has one unique property it accepts all with no discrimination, rich or poor, able or disable. For a child with Autism it can become a small world in itself where they can peep out of the window through therapy and slowly work through their limitations. This issue of PHYSIOTMES will put a thought about using water as another mode of approach to Autistic Children.
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